15 Reviews

First off I don't like plain jello and my DH doesn't like yogurt, but the two together are amazing. I sprinkled SF strawberry yogurt over some fat free plain yogurt that I had drained for a few hours to make greek yogurt, added about a teaspoon of splenda and thawed (frozen) sliced strawberries plus a little cool whip so it wasn't quite so thick. Yum. We could have eaten the whole batch in one sitting. Thanks for posting.

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Connie Lea September 29, 2012

Delicious. I found this when searching for ideas to use all the the plain yogurt in my fridge. I used sugar free orange jello but I had to add splenda, I also added cool whip to the top.

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Wordartist January 07, 2009

This is a good idea! For those who haven't tried it yet, it tastes more like Jello with a different consistency than like flavored yogurts you would buy at the store. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for Healthy Choices ABC Tag.

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South Carolina Girl May 17, 2008

Awesome! I was just searching for something quick, easy & comforting to do with all this extra plain yogurt in my fridge, and I've had these 2 boxes of Jello in my pantry for a couple years now. We just don't eat jello in this house, so anyway, it's perfect! Cleaning out the clutter without wasting product & money. :) Tasty!

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DoveChocolatierinKY March 05, 2008

I had been doing this for my 4 yo and he loved it. We decided to get off artificial coloring, so we can't use Jello anymore. Luckily he'll eat it with jam mixed in. I can probably buy the natural type "jello", but it's pretty expensive. It would work too, for those vegans who won't eat jello.

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WI Cheesehead January 11, 2008

I sprinkled strawberry jello into pots of homemade plain yogurt, and my three youngest children really enjoyed it! I did find that I had to use about a teaspoon of sugar in each pot to sweeten it a bit. (Without it, it was a bit tart.) I can't usually get the kids to eat my yogurt, but thanks to you, Krsi Sue, now I can!

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truebrit February 17, 2007

I used SF Strawberry Jello and I loved it! I like making it the strength that I want it to be. My 4year old loved it too. Thank you for posting Krsi Sue!!!

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Chef Mommie November 01, 2006

This was delicous! I used strawberry gelatin and then I outlined the bowl with banana slices! Thanks for the recipe Krsi Sue!

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BestTeenChef May 30, 2006

I tried this recipe because I am a weight watcher core member and plain fat free yogurt just stinks. However, I miss my yogurt. I was surprised at how good this was. Be gentle adding the powder because it can go from being really good to being too strong really fast.

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Budgiegirl March 11, 2006
Jello Yogurt